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    Nice DART picture on Twitter today..



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    Beautiful pic!
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    That's a keeper!
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    Stunning photo
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    Christmas is over, back into railway modelling on an intense scale but slow start. Dart in shop getting bogie adjustments and service being rendered, but these are just to show that we are still active.

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    I take responsibility for the slightly perpendicularly challanged buffers in this shot.

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    Fantastic looking layout.

    I'm noticing more and more these days the attention to detail in those layouts which have a strong scenic element. Doubtless this is due to an ever greater variety of ever more realistic modelling materials, plus, of course, the essential element of the layout owner's artistic talents and modelling skills.

    This is one of them!
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    Delightful, a work of art!

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    Closetmodeller was away for Christmas and returned with this gem! can you guess where he was?

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    there's a hint of A4-Mallard here me thinks, scale wise...
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  9. #179
    So your silence is deafening!

    This hopefully will make up for it, take a look at the link below;-

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    http://irishrailwaymodeller.com/show...ll=1#post97759

    Eoin
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    I'm noticing more and more these days the attention to detail in those layouts which have a strong scenic element. Doubtless this is due to an ever greater variety of ever more realistic modelling materials,
    personally I find thats good for me

    plus, of course, the essential element of the layout owner's artistic talents and modelling skills.
    cause I seriously suck at art . !
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